My friend, Sarah from Art Expeditions is hosting the 30 Days, 30 Songs! challenge and I thought I would join in for the Day 3 shenanigans.

Sarah chose Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Want to Have Fun for her song today.  What a fantastic song!  I love that song, and I know I’m showing my age, but there were many discos held in my lounge room dancing to that song when it first came out.  Around the same time, the Communards did a cover of Don’t Leave Me This Way.  What an era for dancing that was.  As you can imagine, I nearly wore a hole in my carpet from all the dancing.  So I think I’ll go with that as my song pick for Day 3.  I also note that WordPress has just announced its support for Pride Month so the timing couldn’t be better to pay tribute to these talented people.

I’m losing control.  I won’t be satisfied until I have a sing.  Sing it with me.

It is not too late to join the Challenge.  Click here to create a pingback to Sarah’s Day 3 post.

I’ll be back tomorrow if I can think of any more favourite songs.

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

33 thoughts on “Share Your Music: 30 Days, 30 Songs (3)

  1. I loved the original by Thelma Houston when I was 13, so when the Communards released this I was sceptical, but oh boy, a fantastic dance song (I’m in the office by myself today, use your imagination to think what I’m doing while it’s playing!!).
    The ’80s were a fantastic era for clubbing and I was very fit from all the dancing, still do it, but not so lithe, so my loungeroom is the place that I do it now 😉

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  2. I have never heard this song before, Tracy, and I’ve listened to a lot of music in my life! Was it an 80s song? I used to listen to Triple M on my way to and from work at that time. I couldn’t possibly name favourites as there are just too many.

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